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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

'Our Advertising Friends are re quested to do us the favour of send ing us their Monday Advertisements Ias soon after 9 o'clock as possible; .otherwise our publishing will be so ;late in the evening as to.give gene ral dissatisfaction. Several letters addretssd to us, are lying in Mhe - Ptrt Ofjice, but not being lost-paid we cannot draw them. CG0VERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's C.ice, 17th Feb. 1829. r IS Excellency the Governor has been 5J.L pleased to appoint Andrew Gibson, 1e' eire, to be a Magistrate of the ' erri tory. E ? His Excellency's Command, ; 'ADEXANDER M'LEAY. SPUBLICANS' LICENSES. ` OTICE is hereby given, that all appli 'NT actions for Licences f~r Publie Aitouses, must be transmitted to to Office of rincipal Superintendent of Police, posi tively before 4'oClock r. m. on Tue .day ;1:net, the 4th day of February Instant. , y -v Order of the Bench of Magistrates, CHAS. WINDEYE.. Principal Clerk of Polite. :i'ney ..Folive Office, 17th Feb. 18 9. TWENTY POUNDS REWAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. S. LYONS, ~HetLine Household Furniture Comprising Elegant Dinner Tables, Wardrobes, Carved Rose Wood Bedsteads, Chests of Drawers, Dressing and Breakfast Tables, Glass, Learthenware, Wines, &c, &c. BY MR. BODENLHAM. Upon the Premises, late in the occupation of Mr. John Payne, next the Custom House, on Tuesday the 24th Instant, at l'Clock precisely, M iR. BODENHAM respectfully announ ces to his friends and the Public, that he has received Instructions to Sell upon the Premises, late in the occupation oflMr. John Payne, adjoining the Custom House; a 7aluable Assortment of Genuine House bold Furniture, comprising elegant dining tables, wardrobe q, carved rose-wood bedsteads, breakfast and dressing tables, chests of draw-. l ra, pier and other glasses, earthenware, glass, wine, eight-day and other clocks, &c. &c. the whole of which will be disposed of without ?eserve. Purchasers above £20 approved Bils at 3 Months will be taken'f u...

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

(Domestihc) Puffs direct, is X Y Z from Friday's ,austra liarn. •' But the most important use (says the Editor)y as regards New South Wales, hitherto lapplied to steam engines, has been that of steam to propel coaches along the roads in England and Scotland. Mr. Gurney's steam coach, and others who have taken the hint, prove to what extensive nurposes this powerful article may be appliedl; and we shall notbe surprised before- many years roll by, t4 sa~e steam waggons, laden with merchandize and produce, plying to and from Sydney, and the' Bathurst Conntry, Moreton Bay, Port Macquarie, the populousdissricts of Newcastle, the New,Country, even down to WVestern Port, and the ferry across to Port Dalrymple; not only with the isolatcd parts which yet remain unthought of, and as yet scarcely known, but also with our neighbours at V. D. Land. ' We should not then envy America with her thousand navigable rivers and lakes; and through the gloom which at present overspreads this extraordinary...

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DISBANDING OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES VETERANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

DISBANDING OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES VETERANS. A score or more of these old pensioned soldiers came to town last week to receive their discharge and their land. One of them informed us, that ma- ny of them did not intend to look after the land, but to go home. We enquired how it was they did not in that case decline the farm and go home passage free, according to the instructions from Home ? He replied, that the serjeants and others had told them, that if they did not procure their discharge by means of professing to turn Settlers, they would be kept in the service and made to do garrison duty in the Colony as long as they lived; and as they were all weary of the Colony, quite disappointed in it, and anxious to get home, such of them as could scrape enough together to go home at their own cost, would take their land and discharge, and then return home, and lay their case before the Commander-in-chief at the Horse Guards. We cannot suppose for a moment, that the ser- jeants in question ...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

SYDINTEYM$ AVk4AGl ,PRICES 11Oi THu 1'1" RI s!p1K'. Wheat per b3h. -"0 -9 0 Dcs haz do.... a IIX 0 1?&wl, ;per, :.ir. 0., )3zd~...i 9 6 Gense, c~o ..*. 30' I'otatosa cwt.'. t Q~ 6 1Trd.4d.., I Bu~tter, per lb. 0 1j 9Jlk, 0 Os O0* E8c, er dos. -0 2 0 ý?raw"'p gbla4 2 * 0

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

Arln4aJ:.--~-O2 Tkareday th Cuirs:s-ry I ave fra Newcastle 4 ith coftl5. Ooi Eriday the 6tUrmtSicý*? 'd 'ký4ur Promo Newcautle with coats. "~ On. 'idary !bS Emma Kamp fromn Newcas:;. withn coa~a: ý'~o the .iJter ..fromn London Z22 Au seas, ~d ,'ý?eiro '24 No-ve ber ; geacst&1 ca.vgo, , . ie~ hpV tl.V i ltam . waiisig:ron fromx L *oýkn t lo 14t. 'September, 'andt Hro1:oirtr 'own t)* lCA ilb :atd g'eiafral~curgo. c.:t'hincday t>ýasp!aay A'drs IaQn 2aa~dO B:trails-with seal akine. .X)epum~ur rea-.-s Lard . 1~i ereiooI, the I craTo+z' (A ! Giav.ernar L: ti" for N~ewckut!.*, the Were: fq? 4'; Ie!s. of France, .an%1. CiroIcnu fir Nieisae d 1u4&y'ý ~i I'adyl~2.. $

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

Tlhipugb the edium ofyou: twuy inýejct j ,urnaI,uany abuses have been rect.:ied; arias I Asa .a witniela to one which occurred only on ia,'O week, I truss, that by your gIting it publ it~' recce of the same may, never uagai itaes pGh.o. the day mentiosaedT, in pnaaing a hour~ thi*~ nersi' Inquest was about to be conve. cd, 1 o ;%o* constable nanned (I think) Fitipatrich1x kun'i - minifltivts aize, but neverthelhuzi e,, vLy crke~o~q 4 (according to report)-, accost a porson, -'1~~k;, -afterwards learned to be Scott, cirzni ivz; agel'?Io wralk in anid-act as a Juror. iLc r trý, that he, was, at that mornent, uipon Waýci er 1cs cslar import to himne:f ; and th~at 'hav c, 'with ha Coroner' i warrant, ori o~hcr prey - ,~ he did not feel hiu~eelf called upon c6 oboY 'b. c; Quisa n injunction, particularly ;,.end an "urcourteoue nannor. Fiitva. i. , fuirtheir ceremouy, jialled iipornpi artL~e' CA t: s'2.;+ pity, to arid, and asuist hmn in drgi'ngi'j -r DtRe ozi 'y flhrce, before. the Coron...

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Sydney, February 17, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

Yo1!r ie 1r "g rt e$ of t3 :ad lnatabt acttaced4 ºtntiEo I agree .p. fec afly with= oa r cm aes," and seneruI fwith 'vou' epplication ot ihesa, but not istali polats aThnt 1 bo old agree wli'you In af, would casu you to suspecf me de ient either in candour, it gnowled e of the satbject. On fhe subject ati ynnitical economy, nrese are a, ciadid as really otnd ecenomiats themselves; 'because their -prc riaxce has taught them, that the principles c general rules of the science, trot immediately andamrentas, a.e varving as the climate, osl,. !.nvs, noralss, customs," and habits of a people valy. If a nation change in nal, or in any one of these, .en or. mare of the second and third sets of principles of the *ccence, are de troyed or repdered supirtuous. The scienus of politi cal ecooomnV i$ not bottomed, like mathematics, on certain unch ngcnbleeules, eternally true and deconstraile; but on divining the causei. and f'is g rules a;ppicable to a people's agricultural, coj imer:'inl, polit...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

'Ch :mein of: tbe Mfineral -S'zvtve' fang* `' a very. often before the Police We think ik, .p ~of ivhich these men are employed, ilL 3cWn compauies v4g/he acd day, ie perhray cijoei c I.

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Sydney, February 13, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

tyCdnej, F'eiruary 13, 18g. Y TH D TOR TUti MONETOK. jPi the lending irikce of the Syjdnry G erte T1' huraday inst, myu will obeierve how tht purity. Gmorer mnaoti is cntoflqd, roapeeting.tho ticket l.4ese uynten,. tut pecatilyl in refuning to exact a iu grant½r tlcdes't tolindividuls. The Edi of that t V' t. it'zier i aoront how the Go. rasinV c~t i$ %thi. mctter, oa to has vriifully t. run aznto" you, fmu3 )1 indbputbi sourca, 4 St Sd. ste1wg m ` ::cortzd ftorn all unfartu. e.0 iiviiurs rCCec:ving a tickbe tf-teave; sums thibm aro 'ut to thin niaont nmiserable shifti .to 4 tp tho (to then) oxorbits t son*. .Does . Mbozoy tceiwc 2s. Ga. of thbi fee ? and 4eu * rCmaflim tvo.pencewo to o ibf the'Cltrks his oflc1? The trera?0 of tK'kets giahtpd ughtcat the yenr miny le t;stiwttk d A. uan S tsaC), nasRict: a prttty little pt'jule of If 1 ur Authcrida. . '. 8b i vvmrmarut is $ m ri tefutil f, tty6v . A 4st*)).evc:~ate iket4WfiSs jTp fee of %fl, u95 i wg.A*pif their lIttcvo to r ý ri 'ýn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

FOR S4L. , in Ju e 1827, te ropri or adEitor of Thke 8jcdey Mionitor, + : d 4 rl ci ed . oi-e o> Church War :p a° '= C.ait of St. Janes, a or"y n of Three -Mini ureo acn 4- ..L 0 4 . nýe w: ao , t e Vern, ibPbleIZ re LIs hat ci i c Juey a 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ L C .i 1I " { ot " ° 1^ t, 'dis :o1F c3 J bue said Propri 6 l ar an Ediýt o Land liars Fan lly of the --id Pocc, by force, to. it, by is iM fjaety's Constables ; notc ith 1atandig. that the law says, G' the Defendant shal nota o, orted of his nosession till the tatle Ie e-tnd or adjudged for the King -( n voiL t. y 56), and whereas the R'srd Loictor and Editor made certain eoum mnea ts as he eQaceivea, and still conceives, eoimmn t2W fair and reasonable, as became Sfree Prezs on.the public conduct ofthe paid Vencrable.Archdeacen Scott in general, and 2tie. conduct in regard to the said pew, i particulaTr; and wherea s, at, the instance of the said Archdeacon, the said Proprietor tid Editor was tried for a libel on him the said Archdoec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

'M -! f t .:Y .'""ý! ;1r -"\ý ^i.b- Y.. . "ý ý_" "_. .,. 5.:; .'"".. : `ri _ý ýý: .i..l.. . `<R' `itr, $l°~ioAeymuu :Ate.uuieribr.bf Ma ~ t r1tv~yfkriw-a p~per# &,qi# m to she Pout-m ater,ý fn $dney a, "egur43 at friend: uap the countsy, 'am.fo: ,I~r .sews ;carriar E~rIW~adfl obit friends in ýTwn,: a " xet*2Li dttiver, at them in Taro respecieluy;' Mhe. same a&' if pid ip90. their ewn, Aais*4. f,duacrif~ers who do not receice their. papers -regvlarlg . s ara nesteed to cm~nplai'i to u:-s by Ietteni (past paid)- and, as far as we-can, wi? will re?*edy the evil. But woe waill .,wa' be answerable for" the Sdelieary of. ou~r Journzal in. -a' more '4.cetual mean ne? than, thus staS forth. This is; the .cond~ionu an *'whichwe aell our .Journal; and of which we Isereity request all our Subscribers to take sio~ic:.~. Thu" pur3liecars cautioned to pay/ noanoney, nor make ca, " settlement on accod~nt of the Preqnticlor of thy, " -leaurnad, witsiout 'demrandling a 1i...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

St OrA~tl IOR ,THi s~JUIS Q ()'raM , ýft1A''1 )t. ,9PW T~i2~S tGMF r', KC:.., &C. TLrK *AFI 7 1.1 iHU .Mn1~NIN, 13, AT t o N, AE'fl~ INfl TftR E!4NING ftt P2CT1YELY. {High Water 56 m. p.all Morn. _ Suin neess 34 in. p. 5.-Sets 26 nm. p. f;. I IHigh Watt-, 29 m. p. 12 M~oiu;--4G r:. . 2 -+ - i~gh Water, l5 Vi. p. 1. Morzi.---5 in. p. 2 La~t Quarter of A~~,R~t..6M I~ra. " ,;" High Water, 30 mi* p. 2 Mer..-5 m. p. 3 Aft. - ig Waer 36 in. p. 4 Morn.-"- in. p. a Aft. SATURAYs.........628172N. E.' Fair SUNDAY . 5f,79 Do.ý Do. MONDAY......~~'o TrsavUS'T...........1ti9 r . Do. . [eclnsue?676 BG7L Do1. I~. !).

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

r- _ - r r f {t nR e, r - 1,_pF F n u a ; ian ." 11 ro " .v ` Cf p r ý s~w" , 2.E t -''. ""y L "it fo f. ' fo c'-" -- at Go tooc h-',`E h9 2 r -my 5:1 if co e utz hccc m d l h o ' ` 2 '"" - t' edccd*. Lc "" 4 fut YfPcotc in tSEE p ie" 'o Cborrc. re n~uach Lezczi," Lotmvuvr, £AhxrŽ. °'G u kosoonu if ot c u Cantzia C::ec L2h 'aelx:tOLec Son g Vo c lxo' oc(y V V ? c:tzaninuy, diet .ccoero Go - "we "' otaluhrr to If ehey coio £0re - r -u dN 2WL2dC. ' £7 Uhcir Convic£ ncr ''- .e. th .'bW0 `0C) C fwI mi1O foLa the Wnost o Gisurp;c3,:hD.ho fotrty chil-. r" "hei pochoto, s eoide lo5nof tiL AC c wn UPit-W' rad foroign-oorn Jucticeo ..e = m4i-ter'C, s0me 0 oun0eorc, ca egutc'rcI Te yritoctncy" ot> ve0 c _I-t snCIu:. by 64-t ands 'tad' dho' prone, (4ecagig, hacnglieg' ('40 fuiIII, Zoo f' "l o rno n they. deli.eat in ý ybocauns they think thet hier property. h n" 7 s fc, and thqy feel pretty con _ kt"hr thky nor their connemon. w ll ever Sor ecourged or Uined, for the beo L- o. t flo Qrc&...

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PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

PRWCES .OF -.L4WURi.. --q 1400 Ibs. -Dixon. ......... S.....I~ t ' 'r L in eý. *+i i'i D Awl

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(Continued from page 1491, No. 187.) STATE TRIAL, VOL. XXVIII. (Being Vol. VII of the continuation) 42—44 George III—A. D. 1802—1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

(Continued from page 1491, No 167.) STATE iIDIAL, VOtL. Xxviui. (Being Vol. vIa of the continuadhs) 43-44 George III-A. D. 1802-1803. 648. Proceedin4g on the triad of as wd*Mar gein.t Joaeph Wall, Esq. s-medlme hoenor a/ Gores ian Africa, for the murder of Benjamins Am trgaq ;tried before the.Court holden under a spedd 'CemmLeon at the Sessions Houe in the Old Busit, on, the' 20th " iy of January: 42 GEORGE Ill. A. u. 1802. (Continuation of Baron Macdonald'p Jumming.Vp) Mary Faulkner,wir, of John ,Faulkner, whom. a pensioner in the artillery, says, she wis with her hoe, band at Gores in the year 1782; that she remembers the prisoner leaving the island perfectly well, and re members what passed the day before he left theisland' she was at the governor's house in the morning alitthe after one o'clock.: She saw most who were thtn t ` dtty come to the governor'shouse,,ifty or sixtybladel by Armstrong, Patterson, Upton, and two drummWtWS They came in a very irregular manner; that the gov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

a .sbout twp o'clock on the rt t6' of ide, -he 23rd- Irastant, r f.: ersus did wilfully and nia U ýseton hire . S.lEl), containungall lI sest.a., consisting of wheat, barly, oats, r e and a large quantity of hay, all of which ryern cnsumed) with my Burn, also contain eree ct, cart, afdn implements. OW veheareaeby offer the above REWARD .No erson that will bring ihose to justice ha o hnye aced so cruelly towards a man why has been striving to overcome his dill ,e aby euneeasing , industry ; but who he t uit labours on the above-mentiond ; orp blastsd by pertidicus wretches. j.or. L. Dc: ARRIETA. S`toreeJ pan.30, 1829. TR beig t to leav the Co ony, informns the public that he has for to -s choice collection -of B3rood Mares, &c. le An. excellent gig miard, Blackwell brtcd, 5years old, 16 hands high, formerly eddlo mar e-o " the RceV F. Wilkinson; able too draWn chaise 8 miles within the hxir, and is in fool by Lochinvar, a blood' " olthe !roperty of Robert Crawford Esq. ocnd. ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

T -. 1,n othc Weet wet?:0 we found ' {: r aGo cf Parn Cove ( ibeautifulI kf by ) lah lart rnd heltered on - tr'- "d re'ti "t avil fromi theu n1 a1 i) c necupied by the inno'cent harmle c i "[ L a c °w" B rce. T he royr family, with . ;`, neable' 'iro, were enjoying ghe heat of z1 111Mgflit, in rinLd maUJjety. A more in _7r ;pfople C' ait as in oth world. WeV :t atCit:zihc 'ad erter purforming our l a eut~iono, v'wo rettirned, and pac ed v e eb t ca 'bldcehtf nud Wo cipltie corm aidw, ,wn~ncn, ri children- A mxn with 1 .: -t r" v°nj thwo: wii p it into rhe cvcatr. rbLaczvuimationlor t femcal who crtrw { .t=a- ?iV',. ceniiniedt.. thin fallcw vwm on "';-.va "or We' cfito U4ý9oauipzrie Lo was not I CVh ttrOed 115ou, in W&archinr} ed o fouth pcesVf tbd, wh~ch octrp, €t cdfaclet E of E mild dbiplcasutc from onwe then (Oi-Ci coVX( I? 4.d b4 S zc' a t you, rtid we;lou. depriving. 4 + o opl of he.zonumic. portitlll of Col. I _ }"'p y c2 Vo1i9 ione h tifl prteerved : n , . , ataid the...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

STEE WONZTOU. . SUE U)AY, F EBRUARY 24, '3Z ). *Tnu luxuriant eulogist (in the Sydzey GCaz.?ena of the 14th instant) of olive groves, must not be allowed to indulge, in his predilections for 'ro,. waacing, and thereby become the means of tept:. ing honest Ea lishmen and Tri hm en from their native comforts, in hopes of g' ttAng olives. to their wine every day after dinner in New So th Wales, without receiving tiht. wholesome check from us, which is suggested by sober sense and common experience. Tuaxr' ,olives sre a rmos: de1ightful fruit, and enough to tempt emigrants to that - place where they can be bad for the gathering, we abundantly admit. But that we ever saw an olive the growth of the Colony of New South Wales, (although forty years old, and, ourselves 17 years residents,). much less tasted ene, we do most religiously as severate. Let* us however analyse our Reveread friend's rnap odies sin favour of wine and olives, or of olives without wine, (we fear either alter. -native ...

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

(Daemed.) Puf, direct; i ' 1 Z from Friday's 4stfri. 'But the nnst important use (says the Editor) to regards New South Wales, hitherto Iapplied to steam engines, ha! been that of steam to' propel coaches along' the roads in England and Scotland. Mr. Gurney's steam coach, and' others .who -have taken. the kinzt prove to. what extensive oumposeu this poairrful article may be applied; ant tt ýie hSll notbe surprised before many. :;ears, roll bey, to see steam waggons, laden. with merchandizeand "reduce, plyihg to and froma #Sdny, a.ntl the Bathurst onntry, Moretnr. 'Bay, Port Msarquarie, the populousidsriset of Neweatlethe NewCouatry, eOen down to WenterA Port, and the ferry acreoas to Port D.alt.ymnple.; not only with " the isolated parts whict:,ysi r'mi untboug t of, and as yet suarcelykncwr:, but als& with. our neighbours at V-L", ,Lan, W: shquid nor they savy America with hir thoiu.'ud a(igablerivero and lakes; and through the gloom which at present.overspreidi tIh. extrao...

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